Côtes du Rhône

The southern part of the Rhône Valley, which stretches from Bollène down to Avignon, covers along its two banks the departments of the Vaucluse and the Gard. Many sightseeing routes let you discover its picturesque villages and its vineyards known around the world: Châteauneuf du Pape, Gigondas, Beaumes de Venise, Vacqueyras, Tavel, Lirac... all blessed by the sun of Provence. In Avignon and Orange, Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance still shine in the architecture, the museums and the arts and create a magnificent setting for the festivals that enliven the seasons.

#Orsan

A convivial village in the Rhône Valley

#Orange

The city of Princes

#Châteauneuf-du-Pape

Village of the Popes in the grip of Bacchus

#Pont-Saint-Esprit

Where Provence and Languedoc meet

#Gigondas

A medieval village and a great wine at the foot of the Dentelles de Montmirail

#Tavel & Lirac

Two villages, two renowned appellations in the Gard

#Saint-Victor-la-Coste

Where heaven touches the earth

#Laudun - L'Ardoise

On the northeastern edge of the Occitanie region, facing Provence, Laudun-l'Ardoise is a town in the department of the Gard, 27 kilometres from Avignon.

#Taulignan

Former fiefdom and important silk making centre in the Drôme

#Courthézon

"The heritage, the land and the hospitality"

#Mornas

Medieval village built up at the foot of a cliff

#Piolenc

For many years, the village of Piolenc has prospered thanks to its garlic cultivation. At the end of the summer, you can take part in the celebration of this white gold at the Piolenc Garlic Festival.

#Pouzilhac

Pouzilhac is a small town in the Provençal Gard, 33 km from Avignon, 29 km from Nîmes and 15 km from Uzès.

#Beaumes de Venise

A haven of peace on an enchanting site

#Bollène

A Provençal city of the Upper Vaucluse

#Saint Laurent des Arbres

A typical village of the Gard

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